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  • Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

    SEE IT.  REPORT IT.

    • Use our mobile APP
    • Call 1-844-5+-SAYNOW
    • Online visit saysomething.net

    If you have a concern, report it. This system is available 24/7/365 and it is anonymous.

    Say Something

     

     

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  • Free and Reduced Price Meals


    Apply today for the 2022-2023 school year.

    Students entering kindergarten will receive their student number at orientation or the first day of school to complete the application.
     
    Free and Reduced Price Meals

     

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  • #GivingTuesday

    In observance of #GivingTuesday, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving is designated as a national movement for people to transform and support their communities.

    The Education Foundation Inc of Caldwell County needs your support to fund student scholarships and needs, teacher professional development, and innovative classroom projects.

    Giving Tuesday

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  •  Bright Ideas Winner

    Bright Ideas Winners

    Innovative teaching ideas in the Caldwell County Schools have been awarded recently through Bright Ideas grants totaling $7,641, an academic grants program sponsored annually by Blue Ridge Energy.

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  •  Pennell with Students at GES

    Pennell to Serve as NCSBA President

    School Board Chairman Darrell Pennell has been sworn in as president of the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA). The swearing in ceremony was held in November at the NCSBA 53rd Annual Conference in Greensboro.

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  •  Phipps NC Superintendent of the Year

    Phipps Named NC Superintendent of the Year

    Superintendent Dr. Don Phipps was named the 2023 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year, a prestigious award presented annually by the North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA), the North Carolina School Superintendents’ Association (NCSSA) and the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA).

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CCS Information and Updates

      Facts and Figures

      • #1 in NC CTE Program
      • 86.2% Graduation Rate
      • 10,600 Enrollment
      • 24 Schools
      • $15.6 Million Scholarships (Class of '22)
      • 12,218 College Credit Hours (Class of '22)

      Face Mask Status

      • Effective immediately - Face Masks are Optional

        The School Board held an emergency meeting today (February 11, 2022) and the decision was made to make masks optional. This change takes place immediately. The school district will continue to monitor data and encourage anyone who wishes to wear a mask to do so.

         

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